- ING examines cloud computing, but finds licensing a problem - Network World - "I haven’t seen any vendor with flexibility in software licensing to match the flexibility of cloud providers," says Boehme, who is based in Windsor, Conn. "This is a tough one because it’s a business model change. … It could take quite some time."
- tecosystems » AGPL: Open Source Licensing in a Networked Age - As with most things open source (modulo commercial CC licenses), I agree with Stephen here.
- Marginal Revolution: Why do people like streetcars so much? - Interesting post. I know I definitely take streetcars/light transit/subways regularly but rarely buses. Less confusing in unfamiliar cities/areas but I suspect it's more than that.
- Tax-free Internet shopping may be at an end | Politics and Law - CNET News - One word: ugh. But I fear, ultimately inevitable. (Of course, none of this should be taken to imply that I don't currently pay all required use taxes.)
- A Local Revolution? - Where can startups start?
- Who Are You Calling a Software Pirate? - Faster Forward - Whee. I'm in the Washington Post.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Posted by Gordon Haff at 11:44 AM